Welcome to my website

Welcome to my website. You can use this site to find out how to contact me, or to find out about me and Bristol East. 



It also includes regular updates on issues and campaigns in which I am involved and, in the news section, what I have been doing in Bristol and in Westminster. You can also use this site to access my blog.


On the surgeries page there is some useful information on what to do if you need help with a particular problem, and on the local heroes page you can find out more about what individuals and community organisations are doing to make Bristol East a better place. 


You can also vote in my regular poll, or subscribe to receive my newsletter.

To watch what's going on in Parliament right now, click here and then on the House of Commons.



Please note: this is Kerry's parliamentary website. Updates about her work as Shadow Environment Secretary can be found here.

The week ahead

This week in Parliament, MPs continue to debate last week's Queen's Speech, with votes on Wednesday and Thursday. Kerry also has a number of commitments in relation to her shadow DEFRA role, including a meeting of the Protect our Waves APPG, a board meeting of Environmentalists for Europe, and attending the Chelsea Flower Show. Constituents will know that St George in Bloom featured at last year's show, and is seen as an excellent example of 'Greening Grey Britain', which is being debated this year.

In Bristol, Kerry will be attending a pro-EU rally on Thursday night, and meeting with the Senior Leadership team at Bristol City council on Friday, as well as holding her regular surgery and having meetings at her office.




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The week ahead





Latest news


20 May 2016
Kerry's May 2016 newsletter, which covers major national and local issues she has been involved with in the last few months.
Kerry's message following the results of the 5 May elections in Bristol.
Alun Griffiths, the contractor for MetroBus, has announced proposals to make Stoke Lane in Stapleton one-way as part of the construction works there.
Kerry's statement on the revelations which have come to light following the leak of the Panama Papers.
The Government has finally conceded to giving long-standing and well-loved music venues protection from legal battles due to new developments.
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